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Why Now Is The Perfect Moment For You To Succeed


Lets discover the importance of balancing preparation, timing and momentum. Its critical if you want to finally beat procrastination.

While timing is important very often we need to make the best of the situation we find ourselves in. The perfect opportunity, the perfect conditions and the perfect moment may never exist so we need to take action now.

And ultimately you must find out how you can become a procrastination beater as of today

The most successful people in the world approach life with a very dynamic attitude - they create their world making use of the resources available to them. They do not waste time waiting for the perfect moment.

A similar and related fallacy is waiting until you are ready. The truth is you will never be 100% ready for new challenges.

At some point you have to trust in yourself and give it your very best regardless of the results. As long as you are always learning and growing you will get there in the end.

And youll reach the finish line before those people still sitting there waiting for the perfect day when they will be completely ready.

Some days you might argue that you don't feel up to it or that you need more energy before you can get stuck in. Be honest with yourself! Are you making 13 excuses? Are you waiting for the perfect day?

You will never be completely ready physically, emotionally and mentally all at the same time.

As one of my mentors once said to me, "if you wait until you are ready it'll be too late."

You are a unique work in progress; you are always changing and always maturing. You will always have more to learn and you will always be able to look back and notice how you could have been better.

That is just the way it is!

If you wait too long any enthusiasm you once had for your goals will fizzle away. You will do nothing at all.

To sum up...

Make sure your preparation is adequate for the activities ahead and then dive in and give it everything you have. Then keep moving and let the momentum carry you along.

Your greatest successes will be based on your sustained motivation over the long term. Make sure you get moving now instead of waiting for the perfect day!

Peter Murphy is a peak performance expert. He recently produced a very popular free report that reveals how to crush procrastination and sustain lasting motivation. Apply now because it is available for a limited time only at: http://www.getmotivatedstaymotivated.com/special.htm


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